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Snow porn for those that like a good story.

It took two years of wandering through the Andes for the Sweetgrass Productions crew to make it from Peru's Cordillera Blanca to Chile's Patagonia; the film Solitaire was the result. A feat of masterful photography, timeless storytelling, and human will stretched dangerously thin, Solitaire documents backcountry skiers, knee-droppers, and riders carving tracks around massive spires and unforgiving glaciers.

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Great film as always from Sweetgrass

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Sweetgrass Productions' Solitaire is definitely worth a watch or two. A little slower than most other ski movies out there, but this one wasn't meant to be your typical bit of ski porn. Great story line and awesome narration inspired by The Heart of Darkness. Give it a watch!

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5 5

Nailed it!

Sweetgrass Productions truly captured the essence of skiing human accessed terrain. I never thought a ski movie about skinning would be this entertaining. The beautiful cinematography coupled with a stellar sound track and unique story line have escalated this movie to an all time top pick. If you haven't seen it track it down!